To market to market to buy a fat pig. Imagine going to your bank to apply for a home loan and the bank tells you that they will pay you to take out the loan. Up until 2014, it was generally thought that interest rates had a floor at zero; in economics class, negative … Continue reading No Capital Needed
"Stocks are pointing lower at the get go. A short week here in Jozi, Thursday is interrupting the flow of things. And of course stocks in Shanghai are up for now. Ha-ha! Keep calm and carry on." To market to market to buy a fat pig. What a weekend to both forget and remember, depending … Continue reading The Nikkei and the JSE
"US futures are a little higher, European futures are mixed to lower. So I am guessing that ahead of the most incredibly important market news ever (since the last most important news ever) Thursday, we are likely to see Mr. Market in wait and see mode. Will you tune in around 8pm local time Thursday … Continue reading Interesting times Indeed
"Looking back there has not been hyper inflation, barely any inflation for that matter. When monetary policy is out of sink with the real economy, the normal effect is high inflation. The argument can be made that this lack of inflation points to the FED and interest rate being inline with the fundamental forces of … Continue reading Interested in Interest Rates?
"The company is slowly changing, and as they point out, in the coming months there will be more than just the car, the battery too. The so called Powerwall. The products are designed to be beautiful, not too dissimilar to another workaholic and neatness freak who pioneered amazing devices with his design team, one Steve … Continue reading Bezos, Jobs and Musk